Liquids and Solids


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Azizoglu, N.; Alkan, M.; Geban, O. (2006) Undergraduate Pre-Service Teachers' Understandings and Misconceptions of Phase Equilibrium. J. Chem. Educ., 83 (6), 947-953.

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Baker, D.B.; Christmas, B.K. (2000) A Thermodynamic Analysis to Explain the Boiling-Point Isotope Effect for Molecular Hydrogen. J. Chem. Educ., 77 (6), 732-734.

Brown, R.J.C.; Brown, R.F.C (2000) Melting Point and Molecular Symmetry. J. Chem. Educ., 77 (6), 724-731.

Condon, F.E.; Condon, F.E. Jr. ( 2001) The Floating Needle. J. Chem. Educ., 78 (3), 334-337.

Cragin, J. H. (1983) Soft Drink Bubbles. J. Chem. Educ., 60 (1), 71. **

Gugliotti, M. ( 2004) Tears of Wine. J. Chem. Educ., 81 (1), 67-68. **

Hawkes, S.J. (1999) There Is No Perceptible Inflection at the Triple Point. J. Chem. Educ., 76 (2), 226. **

Hemmerlin, W.M.; Abel, K. B.; Arnold, G. (1991) Viscosity Races. J. Chem. Educ., 68 (5), 417. **

Henderleiter, J.; Smart, N; Anderson, J.; Elian, O ( 2001) How Do Organic Chemistry Students Understand
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Hill, J.W. (1986) A Proposed New Name for Hydrogen Bonding: H-FON Bonding. J. Chem Educ., 63 (11), 960. **

Hill, J.W. (1990) A People-and-Velcro Model for Hydrogen Bonding. J. Chem Educ., 67 (3), 223. **

Jasien, P. G.; Barnett, G.; Speckhard, D. (1993) Lowering the Surface Tension of Water: An Illustration of the Scientific Method. J. Chem Educ., 70 (3), 251-252.

Kimbrough, D.R.; DeLorenzo, R. (1998) Solving the Mystery of Fading Fingerprints with London Dispersion Forces. J. Chem Educ., 75 (10), 1300-1301. **

Laing, M. (2001) Boiling Points of the Family of Small Molecules, CHwFxClyBrz: How Are They Related to Molecular Mass?, J. Chem. Educ., 78 (11), 1544-1550. + Mitschele, J. (2003) Boiling Points of the Family of Small Molecules. J. Chem Educ., 80 (4), 385. + Rich, R. (2004) Boiling Point versus Mass. J. Chem Educ., 81 (5), 642.

Lieu, V. T. (1996) A Simple Experiment for Demonstration of Phase Diagram of Carbon Dioxide. J. Chem Educ., 73 (9), 837.

Murthy, P. S. (2006) Molecular Handshake: Recognition through Weak Noncovalent Interactions. J. Chem Educ., 83 (7), 1010-1013.**

Mebane, R.C. et al. (1999) The Correlation of Physical Properties of Organic Molecules with Computer Surface Areas. J. Chem Educ., 76 (5), 688-693.

Pravia, K. ; Maynard, D.F. (1996) Why don't water and oil mix? J. Chem. Educ., 73 (6), 497. **

Rich, R.L. (2003) The Mythical Dependence of Boiling Points on Molecular Mass. U. Chem.Ed., 7, 35-36. **

Rich, R.L. (1995) Boiling Point and the Refraction (Polarizability) of Exposed Atoms. J. Chem. Educ., 72 (1), 9-12.

Rosenthal, A. J. (2001) Demonstration of Surface Tension. J. Chem. Ed., 78 (3), 332-333.

Sanger, M. J. (2001) Using Computer-Based Visualization Strategies to Improve Students’ Understanding of Molecular Polarity and Miscibility. J. Chem. Ed., 78 (10), 1412-1416.

Silverstein, T.P. (1993) Polarity, Miscibility, and Surface Tension of Liquids. J. Chem. Ed., 70 (3), 253. **

Smith, E.T. (1996) The Salting Out of Ethanol and Water: A Colorful Illustration of Intermolecular Forces. The Chemical Educator, 1 (1) , 1-3. **

Thorton, B.K. (1994) An Analogy to Illustrate Miscibility of Liquids. J. Chem. Ed., 71, 156. **

Wilcox, C. J. (1998) London Dispersion Forces and “The Wave”. J. Chem. Ed., 75 (10), 1301. **